If you're wondering what's up with the camouflage, this is just a preview for the M5.

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We won't see the whole shebang until this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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Until then, this is as much as you're gonna get, and you're going to like it.

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It packs a 4.4-liter, twin-turbo V8, similar to the motor in the previous M5.

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It should put out more than 600 horsepower, keeping in line with its competitors.

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Unlike previous M5s, this one includes standard all-wheel drive.

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However, there is a drivetrain mode that completely eliminates the front axle.

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So, it manages to be both AWD and RWD, depending on the owner's preference.

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This thing is going to haul some serious ass.

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Naturally, we can't wait to drive it.

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